Chap Group said its construction arm is to complete two major projects worth a combined £14.5 million for Aberdeen City Council, helping the firm progress its growth ambitions.
The business, based at Westhill, Aberdeenshire, said it had been chosen for a £12m design-and-build deal to build a 99-home development on the site of the former Smithfield School in Aberdeen, representing the Granite City’s largest council-housing scheme for more than ten years. Work is expected to start this month.
Meanwhile, Chap has already started work for its £2.5m contract to extend the Lord Provost Henry Rae Community Centre.
Douglas Thomson, joint managing director of Chap, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, said the company is “continuing to develop our pipeline of new business across the group” and flagged “a great deal of positive development being undertaken throughout the north east”.